Spring ball Day 10: Cougs getting healthy

PULLMAN -- A day off Wednesday due to inclement weather proved to be just what the Cougars needed as several injured players returned to full practice Thursday. Among those back in action: Finas Rabb III, who wasted little time making his presence known. Meanwhile, Matt Mullennix and Mkristo Bruce stood tall on the defense line, Loren Langley may have found a key, cornerback CB Tyron Brackenridge is busy making up for lost time and a position change could be in store for one or two big bodies.
April 6, 2006

Spring ball Day 6: QB picture getting clearer

UNLIKE LAST MARCH, Alex Brink is established as the Cougs' field general. But the No. 2 and 3 spots were less secure with Gary Rogers, Cole Morgan, and Arkelon Hall battling it out this spring. But a little over a week into the session, the depth chart behind Brink is coming into focus, says coach Timm Rosenbach. Meanwhile, more bad news plagues the offensive line protecting those QBs -- yet another o-lineman goes down with a broken hand. And another starter's spring ends before it begins.
March 29, 2006

Injured Cougs right on schedule for return

<b>WITH SPRING BALL less than five weeks away out on the Palouse, the Washington State football program is getting very good news from the training room. Every Cougar who is recovering from a significant injury this offseason, including quarterback Josh Swogger and linebacker Will Derting, are proceeding right on schedule. Some will participate during the spring sessions but everyone is expected back at 100 percent for the season opener.
February 15, 2005

Good news, bad news on injury front

PULLMAN — The Cougars' bye week could not have come at a better time. With so many injuries, it gives the battered and bruised extra time to heal. Among those taking precautionary rests this week are quarterback Josh Swogger (knee), tight end Troy Bienemann (fibula bruise), receiver Trandon Harvey (turf toe) and safety Hamza Abdullah (groin).
October 1, 2004

Montana lineman commits to Pac-10 school

It wasn't earth-shattering news, but great news for the Washington State Cougars nonetheless. Colin Donovan, a 6-7, 260-pound lineman from Superior, Montana, had been favoring the Cougars for months and visited Pullman, Washington this past weekend. He saw what he needed to see and pulled the trigger on a decision early Wednesday evening.
November 19, 2003